The two sheet plans give hull lines revised and updated (Feb 05) and all the internal construction. The second sheet gives lots of sail mast and rig details. Designed by Graham Bantock.
The rise in general popularity of the IOM class of R/C sailboat since its conception has been quite remarkable, with more and more model boat enthusiasts enjoying building and sailing them at all levels of enjoyment. Whilst increasing numbers of the top-level boats are offered as part or completely built hulls by a number of outlets worldwide, there remains a strong demand for straightforward to build and sail designs for the newcomer, which will provide a guide as to best timber build practice and thus keep the entry-level cost to a minimum.
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What’s in a Laser or CNC Cut Wood Pack? – A CNC or laser cut wood pack contains most, if not all, of the intricately shaped parts shown on the plan, which would be difficult or time-consuming to cut out by hand. It does not contain any sheet or strip wood, which you will need to buy separately. Alternatively, you can purchase an Additional Wood Pack, if available. Our Laser or CNC Cut Wood Packs only contain balsa, ply and lite ply and do not include other materials that may be required to complete the model, such as hardwoods, metals and GRP sheets.
What’s in a Short Kit? – A short kit usually contains, where available, the plan, the laser/CNC cut wood pack, additional wood pack, canopy, cowl or any other available Glass Fibre or plastic moulded items.